1929 Cadillac V-8 Seven-Passenger Imperial Sedan by Fisher
Sold For $57,750Inclusive of applicable buyer's fee.
- A significant model in Cadillac history
- Quality restoration in the elegant original color scheme
- Recent mechanical upgrades by Classic & Exotic Service
- Classic Car Club of America (CCCA) Full Classic
The handsome example offered here is Fisher body style number 8630, a Seven-Passenger Imperial Sedan, the term used by Cadillac to refer to its limousine with a division window. The car is recorded by its original Cadillac build sheet, a copy of which is on file, as having originally been finished in Black and Calumet Blue, with a black roof and six painted wire wheels—exactly as it is presented today. In fact, a closed Cadillac of this vintage is seldom found with so authentic a restoration. Correct materials and fittings were used throughout, including upholstery fabrics. The accessory trunk still holds leather-covered suitcases with their mint original woven liners, and bud vases are still present in the rear passenger compartment. The car was recently fully serviced by Brian Joseph’s Classic & Exotic Service and returned to its original mechanical standards.
This Cadillac, originally delivered in Los Angeles, remains one of the nicest surviving examples of its kind. It is perfectly ideal for running to one’s favorite watering hole—which, unlike in 1929, is now perfectly legal—or for traveling on a CCCA CARavan.